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Squash Season

Dorm-Friendly, No-Bake Pumpkin Coconut Cookies (Adapted From www.fastpaleo.com) Makes 18 cookies. Requirements: microwave oven, mini-refrigerator, microwave safe bowl, large spoon, measuring spoons, measuring cups, and a baking sheet or large, flat surface on which to rest the cookies. These healthy, autumnal cookies are gluten-free, dairy free and even refined sugar […]

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Everything You Should Know About Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving seems to be the holiday that never changes. Family and good food are the basics. Rituals and traditions, like the move from the “kiddie table” to the “adult table,” still remain for many families across the country. But as we get older, and the cultural landscape of the United […]

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Charles S. Walton Sr.- The Man, the Myth, and the Legend

I came across various accounts about his personality. He seemed to be dynamic, determined, and forceful, but at the same time was kind, caring, and generous. He certainly was one in a million. This article is not about Mr. Walton’s life story, though, but rather, it is about the legend […]

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The Haunting of Doane B

Back when the Waltons still owned Eastern’s campus and the estate was still functioning, Doane residence hall was part of the servant’s quarters. Built in the 1910s, Doane B and C were part of the original estate. There is suspected to be an underground pathway that leads from the Waltmarthon […]

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Andrews Hall: What’s Behind Door Number One?

(Very) Loosely Based on a True Story When I chose to undertake reporting the legend of the suspicious hanging door on the third floor of Andrews Hall, I did not choose it because I have a particular affinity for halls named after me or because I like ghost stories (seriously, […]

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A Grave Discovery: What…or Who…Rests Outside Sparrowk Hall?

Of all the haunted mysteries that surround the campus, none reach the level of anonymity achieved by the isolated grave that lies just outside Sparrowk Hall. A headstone shrouded in mystery, the exact identity of its occupant has been lost to time, as the plaque has been eroded by the […]

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Advice to Underclassmen from two dapper seniors

  First: Engage yourself in Eastern’s community. There is really no other period in our life we will get to experience the unique community found on a Christian college campus, especially one like Eastern. If becoming more like our Christ is our goal, then I believe the maturation of this […]

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The do’s and don’ts of social media

Do: Try to be as funny as possible. “The first time a heard about Lacrosse I asked, what’s that, is that a sport? I thought that was something you found in a Mexican

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Do a little, save big

Money is a nice thing to have. Some people like to have big stacks of money, while other people treat it like an annoying bug that keeps climbing on them (something that must be gotten rid of as soon as possible). Ultimately, the important thing is that you have enough […]

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Eastern Freshman Drops Missions and Anthropology Major

Not even one full year into his academic career at Eastern University and freshman Stuart Craig Bannon has already switched his major. Bannon declared his Missions and Anth. major long before making his housing deposit, despite meeting fierce resistance from Eastern’s administration that he consider thinking about his decision for […]